About Our DC Office
The Washington, DC office of Sanford Heisler, LLP is located in the District’s Dupont Circle neighborhood. Our attorneys in Washington, DC work together with the experienced attorneys in our New York, San Francisco, and San Diego offices.
The DC office is managed by Vince McKnight, Co-Chair of the Firm’s Whistleblower and Fraud Practice. McKnight and Partner Altomease Kennedy have recovered millions of dollars for whistleblowers under the False Claims Act. Their cases have related to Medicare and Medicaid fraud, off-label marketing schemes, anti-kickback violations, Best Price Clause abuses, and Trade Agreements Act infringements.
Partner Kate Mueting is currently Lead Counsel in Kassman et. al. v. KPMG, a class action on behalf of women working as Associates up through Managing Directors at a Big Four accounting firm, KPMG. Ms. Mueting also spends significant time representing executives and attorneys in private negotiations and public litigation.
DC Senior Attorneys
Mr. Lawrence, the former Co-Executive Director of Taxpayers Against Fraud (TAF), has extensive experience in fraud and whistleblower matters. He has recovered millions of dollars in cases relating to Medicare and Medicaid fraud, off-label marketing schemes, and anti-kickback violations.
Mr. Morris has served as Class Counsel in scores of discrimination, wage and hour, and False Claims Act cases in more than 20 jurisdictions around the country. Over the past ten years, he has helped to recover hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients and for the United States government.
Mr. Henderson has more than 35 years of experience litigating individual and class action cases related to employment, housing, consumers, environmental law, education policy, and voting cases. He has briefed and argued appeals throughout the United States, including at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ms. Roemer leverages decades of experience to represent the interests of individuals in employment discrimination, medical malpractice and other civil and consumer rights matters at both the trial level and on appeal.